Exmoor…it’s a tasty place that’s still pretty wild too

Coleridge Restaurant signExmoor is often overlooked as a foodie destination but it’s a great place full of hidden culinary gems and somewhere off the beaten track to explore.

It’s still got some really wild and remote spots too, where your mobile definitely won’t work!

Our award-winning fare includes dishes made from as much locally-sourced produce as possible and we even grow our own herbs, berries, fruits and veggies in the hotel garden.

In our Coleridge Restaurant, named after the famous, Romantic Movement poet who lived in the area in the late 1700s, we use Exmoor honey, eggs and pork, and even offer Exmoor roasted coffee and blended tea.

But if the glorious food wasn’t enough, when you stay with us you can also enjoy the fabulous views across Exmoor with its rolling hills and deep, wooded coombes. Or you could simply find a good spot and gaze out to sea.

Plus it’s great strolling, ambling or full on rambling country, with the moorland and the South West Coast Path all very close. The coastal path starts at Minehead, which is just a 10 minute drive away.

We offer luxury accommodation for those wishing to escape the hurly burly of everyday life and to unwind in a truly tranquil location with stunning scenery all year round.

You can go for lovely walks, star gaze in the evenings, as we’re one of the few areas where there is very little light pollution in the UK, or just sit still and enjoy the gorgeous views and breathe in the fresh, Exmoor air.

We also have a log burning stove in the lounge for warming your toes in the autumn and winter months.

If you want to bring your dog for a break too, then you can. Just get in touch and let us know what your requirements are.